The Los Angeles Dodgers made quick work of the Arizona Diamondbacks in their series winning in a three-game sweep. It came to a quick end on Monday with Los Angeles' 3-1 win in Game 3.

The Chicago Cubs [VIDEO] advanced to their third straight National League Championship Series [VIDEO] on Thursday with a 9-8 win over the Washington Nationals in what was a crazy Game 5.

Here are the most valuable and least valuable players from both of the National League Division Series.

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MVP - Justin Turner, Dodgers

Coming off a regular season where he finished third in the National League with a .322 batting average, Turner excelled during the three-game sweep of the Diamondbacks.

He finished the series 6-13 (.462) with a home run, five RBIs, a walk, and a stolen base. He did much of his damage in the Dodgers 9-5 win in Game 1, as he finished 3-4 with a home run and five RBIs. He wasn't shabby in the other two games either finishing 3-9 in Games 2 and 3.

LVP - Paul Goldschmidt, Diamondbacks

Goldschmidt was one of the stars in Arizona's National League Wild Card Game win over the Colorado Rockies, but other than one at-bat in the series with Los Angeles he was a complete no-show. One of the National League MVP candidates for the regular season, Goldschmidt went 1-11 in the three losses for Arizona against the Dodgers. Yes, the one hit was a home run but still, the Diamondbacks needed much more from their superstar player to have a chance in this series.

This could have gone to Kyle Hendricks, but he only went four innings in Game 5.

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Jon Lester pitched well in his start and one relief appearance, but both came in Cubs losses. The Cubs batted just .180 as a team in the series so Russell is picked here for his Game 5 heroics. His double in the fifth inning off Max Scherzer drove in two runs and gave Chicago a 5-4 lead. The following inning, Russell doubled off Brandon Kintzler driving in Ben Zobrist to give the Cubs an 8-4 lead. He also had an RBI groundout in the third inning. He finished the series's 4-18 (.222) with two doubles, four RBIs, two walks, and a stolen base.

LVP - Matt Wieters, Nationals

It is hard to choose a least valuable player from the Nationals when Wieters, Jayson Werth, Trea Turner, Ryan Zimmerman, and Anthony Rendon all batted under .200. Wieters gets the nod though in a series he went 2-14 (.143) with both hits being singles. Both of his hits came in Game 5, but he also made two costly errors in the same game. Entering the fifth up 4-3, Wieters was involved in a catcher's interference and a swing-and-miss strike three that went under his glove. He then made a throwing error as he threw it into right field. When the Cubs finally made three outs, the score was now 7-4 Chicago.